강대국의 말석

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강대국의 말석(영어: least of the Great Powers)은 이탈리아의 국제적 지위를 개념화한 말이다.[1][2][3][4] 이탈리아는 분명히 강대국으로, EU 3대국, 나토 5대국, G7 등 다양한 국제연락집단에 이름을 올리고 있다.[5][6][7][8][9][10] 이탈리아는 국제연합의 주요 발기국 중 하나였으며, 합의를 위한 연합의 지도국이다. 또한 해운,[11] 항공, 산업개발에 있어서 큰 손이기도 하다.

비슷한 의미의 다른 용어로는 "간헐적 강국(intermittent major power)", "소강대국(small great power)" 등이 있다.[12][13]

각주[편집]

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  5. 《Canada Among Nations, 2004: Setting Priorities Straight》. McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP. 2005년 1월 17일. 85쪽. ISBN 0773528369. 2016년 6월 13일에 확인함.  ("The United States is the sole world's superpower. France, Italy, Germany and the United Kingdom are great powers")
  6. Sterio, Milena (2013). 《The right to self-determination under international law : "selfistans", secession and the rule of the great powers》. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. xii (preface)쪽. ISBN 978-0415668187. 2016년 6월 13일에 확인함.  ("The great powers are super-sovereign states: an exclusive club of the most powerful states economically, militarily, politically and strategically. These states include veto-wielding members of the United Nations Security Council (United States, United Kingdom, France, China, and Russia), as well as economic powerhouses such as Germany, Italy and Japan.")
  7. 《Transforming Military Power since the Cold War: Britain, France, and the United States, 1991–2012》. Cambridge University Press. 2013. 224쪽. ISBN 978-1107471498. 2016년 6월 13일에 확인함.  (During the Kosovo War (1998) "...Contact Group consisting of six great powers (the United states, Russia, France, Britain, Germany and Italy).")
  8. 《Why are Pivot States so Pivotal? The Role of Pivot States in Regional and Global Security》. Netherlands: The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies. 2014. Table on page 10 (Great Power criteria)쪽. 2016년 10월 11일에 원본 문서에서 보존된 문서. 2016년 6월 14일에 확인함. 
  9. Heineman, Jr., Ben W.; Heimann, Fritz (May–June 2006). “The Long War Against Corruption”. 《Foreign Affairs》. Council on Foreign Relations. Ben W. Heineman, Jr., and Fritz Heimann speak of Italy as a major country or 'player' along with Germany, France, Japan, and the United Kingdom. 
  10. Kuper, Stephen. Clarifying the nation's role strengthens the impact of a National Security Strategy 2019 (영어). 2020년 1월 22일에 확인함. Traditionally, great powers have been defined by their global reach and ability to direct the flow of international affairs. There are a number of recognised great powers within the context of contemporary international relations – with Great Britain, France, India and Russia recognised as nuclear capable great powers, while Germany, Italy and Japan are identified as conventional great powers 
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  12. editors, Dimitris Bourantonis, Marios Evriviades (1997). 《A United Nations for the twenty-first century : peace, security, and development》. Boston: Kluwer Law International. 77쪽. ISBN 9041103120. 2016년 6월 13일에 확인함. 
  13. Italy: 150 years of a small great power, eurasia-rivista.org, 21 December 2010